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Surfers Healing returns to Folly Beach for the 11th year on Thursday, August 23rd from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Catch the action and ride the epic wave of love and acceptance of children living with autism at the Folly Beach Pier. Planning to go? Post about the event using the hashtag #OnePerfectDay.

In 2015, I was able to attend one of the coolest and most unique events Charleston had seen in a long time: Diner en Blanc.

Local sustainable clothing line, Threads Todisco, makes it's mark on the Charleston style scene.

Join the community in a celebration of unity Sunday following the Riverdog's baseball game. A community concert and live art demonstration is planned for A Day of Unity to benefit the International African American Museum.

Lemon Blossom Thumbprint Cookie Cups are easy to make, impressive to your Maw Maw, and perfect for a summer brunch party.

Wear whatever you want.

Want to look hip at Fashion Week this year but don’t want to blow your paycheck?

Hope you guys had a chance to read through my Thrifting Tips! I’m going to take you through the process of it all, just because it can be a little overwhelming! I love the Goodwill in Mount Pleasant, the one is James Island is amazing as well. They are open until 8PM which is great for last minute shopping needs!

You've put your summer wardrobe way, and now it’s time to get out the good stuff. But if you’re like me, you’re ready for some new stuff. Also if you’re like me, I heard money doesn’t grow on trees, so I like to stay within a (major) budget. In Charleston, fall and winter is all about layering. I’m not asking you to buy your perfect fitting jeans and classic white tee-shirt at goodwill, but rather novelty pieces that can be used to mixing, matching, and layering. Here are some tips for your trip to the thrift store!

Liz Lyday and Chrissie Batten are the proud owners of Charleston’s newest vintage furnishing boutique, Indigo Market.

Holistic Education and Art Recreation Therapy (HEART) is a healthy and creative day program for adults with special needs. In July, they welcomed guests to a fashion show sponsored by Palmetto Goodwill at St. Barnabas Lutheran Church.

A roundup of events this weekend, July 17-19

A baker and her rescue hound are changing the way we look at food trucks and mobile restaurants in this interview with mobile mason jar bakery owner Karen Moran.

When it rains, it pours, but no amount of inclement weather was going to stop Kinsey Gidick as she made her rounds and took her notes on this year's Charleston Wine and Food Festival.

Your trash is my treasure. Blogger Renae Brabham discovered a surprisingly valuable antique in her search through discarded pieces of history, which then becomes a part of her history.

Heard about the Big Mix? Here's the scoop on this Southern celebration of street style (like what, when, and where), and a Q&A with it's charming—and stylish—founder, KJ Kearney

It was this simple, locally charming post that tugged at our heart strings this week... And yours, too—it was amazingly popular. Plus, now you really CAN vote on your favorite! There's a link inside

The carols, the parties, the wreaths, the cards, the lights. It's all merry merry. Unless, of course, you're not feeling... merry. Here're 5 ways to handle holiday blues (#5: Stop being an asshole)

Slow Runner and Rachel Kate Gillon put on a haunting, mind-blowing show at the Circular Congregational Church—tambourines, goosebumps, acoustic sets, lasers, and lots of reasons to love live music

You know that pair—they are worn-in just right, fit like a glove, make your butt look so good, and then... they die. Where do you go from there?